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Jamaica Gleaner In Focus
published: Sunday | April 9, 2006

'AYATOLLAH' PORTIA? The Prime Minister and the pastors
WE HAVE a knack in Jamaica for turning every potential solution into a problem. Against the background of unacceptably high levels of corruption, abuse of public funds, a rapid decline in standards of decency and general moral decay ...

Penalising those who prey - The sex offenders' registry
The sex offenders' registry IN MANY jurisdictions in the North, the authorities have found it increasingly urgent to take drastic steps in order to deal with the vicious, dog-hearted human beings who continue to prey on children of both genders ...


Predicting policy Portia's moral, minimalist government
IF IN 1900 you uttered the words ­ the Prime Minister is a woman ­ nobody would know what you were talking about. Women could not then be elected to national parliaments.


Better must come? The nature of political expectations
EXPECTATIONS WITHIN our politics are once more at a crescendo.




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